Samsung Electronics has introduced the Galaxy S8 to the world on March 29 in New York. The Galaxy S8 offers an enhanced mobile experience with new features such as a bezel-less, dual-edge Infinity Display and Bixby, an intelligent interface, that offer a new level of functionality and convenience.
The smartphone also features the industry's first 10nm chip, enabling heightened speed and efficiency, and is gigabit LTE and gigabit Wi-Fi ready. Furthermore, it offers top-of-the-line security with a diverse range of biometric technologies including a new iris scanner and facial recognition capabilities.
The Samsung Knox team is continually making updates to Samsung Knox in response to customer feedback and market trends. This sometimes means removing features that are no longer in demand, and to streamline our offerings. The recently deprecated features are:
Phone as Smart Card (PASC)
Generic SSO framework
Visit the SEAP Blog for more details on these deprecated features.
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New Samsung products: Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book
Mobile World Congress took place in Barcelona from February 27 to March 2, where Samsung Electronics reaffirmed its commitment to building products that transform how users connect and remain productive while on the move. Samsung held a special press conference the day before Mobile World Congress to introduce two new stylishly designed tablets with advanced computing technology: the Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy Book. For more details about new products read this blog.
Moreover, during MWC 2017 Samsung Networks introduced a combination of products and services that were designed to act as solutions to address current industry trends. This year Samsung innovations focused on four main themes: enhancing network capacity, resolving in-building & campus coverage, evolution of virtualization and automation, and introducing 5G for future businesses.
If you missed the MWC event, you can see the summary and highlights here.